Maxthon released yesterday Maxthon Mobile for Androids Tablets. Maxthon Mobile provides Android Tablets with a new browser which delivers increased speed and more efficient use of memory for an improved web experience.
The new benefits include: Fast rendering of web pages, great memory management of any Android browser and free cloud services such as portable bookmarks and browser settings.
Karl Mattson, GM of Maxthon International/Chief of Product said: “The design is all about highlighting and improving the best part about surfing the web on an Android tablet in any environment. You name it. On an airplane or reclining on the porch, our design makes surfing the web on an Android tablet a joy.”
Key features of the new version of Maxthon Mobile for Android tablets include:
- Tablet-optimized design for surfing the web comfortably and conveniently with your fingertips on a large, touch-screen.
- Small “chrome” provides more space on the tablet for the websites and apps you want to use.
- Buttons optimized for touch screen surfing on 10-inch screens.
Headquartered in Beijing, Maxthon Ltd. is an innovative software company and developer of superior web browsers which continue to set new standards for simplicity, speed and security. Each month more than 130,000,000 people use Maxthon’s web browser in 120 countries across the world. Maxthon has also brings its best-of-breed browsing to the Android platform for mobile devices and tablet computers. For more information about Maxthon please visit www.maxthon.com.
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